Just days before teams can officially pursue Kirk Cousins, the 29-year-old quarterback said in a Twitter post on Tuesday that he will soon be "open to suggestions" regarding his choice of a potential landing spot.
The Redskins on Tuesday officially opted not place the franchise tag on Cousins, paving the way for him to become a free agent in the coming days. The Jets are among the top teams with interest in Cousins, while the Vikings and Broncos have also reportedly been linked to Cousins.
However, NFL Network's Tom Pelissero on Tuesday addressed rumors that the Vikings had already offered Cousins a three-year, $91-million deal with fully guaranteed money.
"I spoke to people that I trust with knowledge of this situation who say those numbers are absolutely false," Pelissero said. "The Vikings have not made any offer to Kirk Cousins."
After Jets' quarterbacks coach Jeremy Bates was promoted to offensive coordinator following the season, Cousins called the move "a smart hire by the Jets"
Cousins threw 27 touchdowns and 13 interceptions while starting all 16 games for the Redskins in 2017. He threw a career-high 29 touchdowns in 2015 when he led the team to the playoffs.